This oldest city in North America offers a vibrant landscape of culture, architecture and gastronomy, along with two towering volcanoes. After exploring the city’s well-known treasures, like the National Museum of Anthropology and the Templo Mayor, spend a day strolling through two of modern Mexico City’s most fascinating, Euro-style neighbourhoods: Colonia Roma and Condesa. The epicentre of Mexico City’s thriving arts scene, Colonia Roma is home to the best galleries, Beaux Arts architecture, plazas with dancing fountains and handsome Casa Lamm Cultural Centre, now a gallery and popular lunch spot for Mexico’s beau monde. Next door, Colonia Condesa, with its Art Deco architecture, hosts a flashier, trendy 24/7 scene studded with fun restaurants and lively cafés.
Paseo de la Reforma #500, Colonia Juarez
Mexico, D.F. 06600
Tel. +52 (55) 5230-1818
Fax +52 (55) 5230-1808
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Try this recipe for aguas frescas, the classic Latin American thirst-quencher.